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Humboldt's Gift

by Saul Bellow

|October 28, 2008

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“I think it A Work of genius, I think it The Work of a Genius, I think it brilliant, splendid, etc. If there is literature (and this proves there is) this is where it’s at.” –John Cheever Saul Bellow’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel…

Herzog

by Saul Bellow

|February 25, 2003

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In one of his finest achievements, Nobel Prize winner Saul Bellow presents a multifaceted portrait of a modern-day hero, a man struggling with the complexity of existence and longing for redemption. This is the story of Moses Herzog, a great sufferer, joker,…

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“ The Adventures of Augie March is the great American Novel. Search no further.” –Martin Amis As soon as it first appeared in 1953, this novel by the great Saul Bellow was hailed as an American classic. Augie, the exuberant narrator-hero is a…

Seize The Day

by Saul Bellow

|May 27, 2003

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“What makes all of this so remarkable is not merely Bellow’s eye and ear for vital detail. Nor is it his talent for exposing the innards of character in a paragraph, a sentence, a phrase. It is Bellow’s vision, his uncanny ability to seize the…

Dangling Man

by Saul Bellow

|September 26, 2006

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An essential masterwork by Nobel laureate Saul Bellow—now with an introduction by J. M. Coetzee   Expecting to be inducted into the army to fight in World War II, Joseph has given up his job and carefully prepared for his departure to the battlefront.…

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“An enduring testament and prophecy.” – Chicago Sun-Times Mr. Artur Sammler, Holocaust survivor, intellectual, and occasional lecturer at Columbia University in 1960s New York City, is a “registrar of madness,” a refined and…

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“The work of a great master still locked in unequal combat with Eros and Time.” – The New York Times Book Review In this dazzling work of fiction, Nobel Laureate Saul Bellow writes comically and wisely about the tenacious claims of first love.…

Humboldt's Gift

by Saul Bellow

|December 14, 2015

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With his uncanny wit and perception, Saul Bellow tells the story of Charlie Citrine, a young man whose life is reaching a critical moment. Over several years, Charlie’s almost obsessive love of literature has led him into a deep friendship with the renowned poet…

Ravelstein

by Saul Bellow

|May 12, 2015

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In time for the centennial of his birth, the Nobel Prize winner’s moving final novel Deeply insightful, Saul Bellow’s moving last novel is a journey through love and memory, an elegy to friendship, and a poignant meditation on death. Told in memoir…

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“What Henry James did for the geographically disoriented, Bellow does for the culturally traumatized in the six stories gathered in this collection. Truly, Bellow is one of God’s spies.” – Los Angeles Times In six darkly comic tales, Saul…

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In this collection of more than thirty essays, published in The New York Times, Esquire and The New Republic , the vast range of Saul Bellow’s nonfiction is made abundantly clear. In Bellow’s capable hands, a single essay can range fluidly across topics as…

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After being widely portrayed as a virulent racist and a traitor to his city, Professor Albert Corde, dean of the faculty of Journalism, is forced to leave Chicago. Corde is ill-equipped to handle the outrage that faces him, both as the author of several articles…